They didn't make him any friends at Solidarity House, but Mark T. Hogan's remarks at a manufacturing conference in Detroit last week made it clear that General Motors Corp. still wants to hand off more work to suppliers. The vice president and general manager of operations for GM's Small Car Group spoke at length about the concepts surrounding the “Yellowstone” modular assembly project, a name that GM has “given back to the national park service” because it has, according to Mr. Hogan, ...
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